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' - . . . i Vrt-fl'TiiWmTii 1'. Wllaon. AZZsimv-r-i 'liver Itntler. m.UTrt, ffT-X iiw,iW.r-Jr.i n J Koney '"T"!, '""..iit-I. t. UouKn. '?&JmHao FsmeeiMekroan, Hlb- . J iWSJXina All-r-Ny, Koa. Roberts. ... . 1r IVlMWi t""! w""v"VlilL' ' ' FuUI-jSuU-luUnwlrjitt, touJtlln. ' Market aid, Fubljc Bulldlugs-Marlatt, , 4ISWM)6iikllB,PW, )lilrfei'l.1 ' ' PrlstiuK au'l KiaHnty Watt, Uoberta, yiuih-oaVlIllblrd,Roa,;fy. I . ., ."'.7 , couty oi. ' ' ,. JulKfof the Way ne County Circuit Court John r. KIbbey. '."" " prnseentln Attorney of tho wsyoe euit,irt-I. W. oinrfork. -'rri. ; x-wit y-W. ir. Lynn .4. w tx hum Au.fllo?-t..M. lsricer,?f7 . ; ,,, . f l-,,oty-K. .' r. - la-user -O. V, Miou. . ;t .i Irfsxiirer TVputyTiimes W Wllmn. tounty 4mmlonee8-Adres S.-Wfg-Km, WUUiuro..hH,;nUi Baldwin., "'" " JU8TICIW OF TUK VEACB.,, J I Enrm Thomas, lilrhniond. " , j Jolm W. Martin, n,.t-r. -11 ' r.il. ,;.,, ... ' Ci,TmTAT.Kl. '' 1 . - ' -ThimaiiMIr, CharlpHinian and B. U. Minor L-- "-' ' ' Rcr. A. S. Kinnan, in Raid to be do ing good in Chicago. Tho BoaTd et County Commission era will meet on the first Monday of On last Saturday nlglit tTierc was another alarm of fire false, as sev ejaUl lwd"mft.pnes xas been. Good deal better to be false than real. We suggest, a a compromise with those who are opposed to "cremation,!' ' to 'Hoswen'8 Dryer,' to 'dispose of their defunct relatives and ; fncadn. :t:.i Croakers will have a. good opportu nity for the next fortnight, to com plaiVdf 15adTimfea3?lhe farmers, if iidfatoratle weather should not inter vene, will be engaged that length of time in plauting corn. r.,,r , i. ; , j n Our friend Samuel HadTcy, who has been living for a year or two at George toya (7olr,alo is t, home,on " i a brief visits; lie gives a very iavor- nbleecount of the mining prospects out there. ',.''" i'" 1 - Scarlet fever is prevailing to a con siderable extent in some rarts of the city. We heard of one family, living morth.f tta.raUrOrttfsJ wlip k)t three, cbildriefl "by this disease' wiih in -the past wek, , alTwotheui were buried, on Sunday last, in one coffin. Last Saturday our streets were en livened by "sweet music" from a trav--eliag band of Italians. The music' was excellent, and bad the effect, to-' gcther with the attention the Cru-' saders enlitted, of calling upon th idevalka an . iotmeuveoeoourse of our citizens. The Telegram calls to mind the fjact that within the last nineteen years ten oi our practising physicians have died, viz: Drs. Smith,' Hifrririgton, Butler, Plumnier, Vaile, Fisher, Bundy, ler--ry, Franmc awl Avery. Not a sin-j gle lawyer, and but one or two min-' isters have deceased within that time;, c ami eouelmJi'S, from this fact, it might' be iuferred that the medical profes- sign was an unhealthy one. , , BulUttna Permits. The following building permits have been issued by the City Work since pur last report: L. Machn andiL.lL Fosscnkemper, Se ve nth street -75.v Samuel S. Mote, corner Walnut and Market ftreetd,$8tiO. Peter Arnold, Ft. Wayne avenue, 1500. Henry P. Mot, Twelfth street, t200. , Lm4 XfBraANinKi nail Tkonale I'nuslc l'up! Last week Wm, Bauuier brought to the Palladium office i ' a curiosity in the canine line that j nhead of anything We ever 'saw or hlard of, in the thou sand and one freaks of nature that has occurred and is occurring in the world. Th animal is both single and double body singfcy and well proibTtioned. From its bead down to the middle' of the spine, including shoulders", legs and feet, there is no ieformity. Just fcehind the shoulders and on top of its back, oaaoaval cojrd apppars, and the other fa "m in Pi 0per f laoe, Fr6m the middle of the spinal column back, the bones were considerably flattened out. - It had one . heart, two kidneys, two livers, ond" etoicach. lwj caul duets one spleen, and two sets of ' perfect genitle organs. Its intestines were single down to . within an inch and a half of the vents, where they branch ed off into two separate openings one ; on each side of a fifth Ug, which has usurped the place v hero the tail "ought : to grow that useful member coming put on the right side and a little aboTe that leg. The appearance of the fore- hind Ug (wo can't think of anything better to term it, frdmita location ;and peculiar form,) nxmnis one of. a. rndder f,r a boat, and is single down to the knee, where it branches off into two ptrftcf forelegs and double paw,? fcoth of which aM joined together and! covered with.skia., . jt m t i I .X. G.,W Smith, one, of the ejji-1 ed the PWWV.wd jt can be seen now a", tletirv r.. . is s in his cabi- orcurweitieai 1 .J. ,t,m W .MK Th fcdhjwing are te laarriae. II- ii 1 1 in ii in iTin i iit- - censes since our last report: S Joseph Carder to Emily E. Kep'er, Wayne township. I Joshua F.Itieh to Esther A. Grave, Il'tehmond. Patrick Conoargtbade, Ceutreville. ! J ! George C. Winslow to Ellen Lett, Richmond. ' , John F. White to Elizabeth Fahner, Cambridge City. John lYiehard to Madora C. Cook, New Garden. Pir-0iri' Iwiir. I The Grangers or Vayne county met at Centerville. last Thursday, in convention, and nominated the fol lowing ticket: . Senator, Joph 31. Bulla; Repre sentatives, Martin Keplar and Jacob Fender; Clerk, Isaac L. Commons; Trvaaurer Proofc-E!tBOOr Auditor, 'NathlTn Lamar; Recorder, John Beard Real Estate Appraiser, Win. Ballen ger; Sheriff, Jacob- Graham: Coroner, A. J. Bell; Surveyor, Albert Oyler; Commissioners, (western district) ,Evao Jlughes, (eastern district) Jo- SLM I ttiie; JL TsmVKUAlUg lXI.UJtUC irajry TTJoTinsoii:' 'i.,4; I A Council of the Grangers was !eid on Friday last, at Centrcville, and the understanding conveyed by rumor to the oufside -WTrid: is, that this body repudiated the above nomination, on some grounds not known by our in- practicing on the Know Nothing plans and specifications? Looks like it. i Transfer of Meal Estate. The following are the transfers from the 13th of April iipTato the -ilOse of the month: John Bowen to Thos. E. Bowen, 50 acres in JS'ew Garden township, pt. frac. sec. 8, t. 15, r. 1, love aud affec tion. ;r Marf)A JLttRikins 'o Rufus Lum- kins, JJulton township, pt. s. e.qr. eo. 2i and 25. 12(0 dollars. Sarah Lumkins to Rufus Lumkins, Dalton township, pt. s. e. 'Si, 5000 dol lars. Silas Lumkins to Rufus Lumkins, DaltofrtOwnshipfpt.'K el '23, 25007 J. W. Jordan to F. T. Jordan, Per ry township, pt. sec. ID, t. 18, r. 13, 8000. Samuel Barefoot to Martin Prich ard, Cambridge City, 500 dollars. ; Peter Blose to John Burgess, Frank lin township, pt. s. e. qi. sec. 22, t. 15, r. 1. 1740. George1 Pn to- Henry t. Eliason,! lots 9 aud 10, Milton, tiOO dollars. Leroy Grest to Alex. Jones, pt. lpt 2, in blk. 6 Milton, 700 dollars. Daniel W. Warmon to Rachel S. Lancaster, lot C, Richmond, 350 dol lars. T SoUMiller to f John Miller, Jcffer township pt- nu.e. qr. soc,Do t. 17, T-12,4K0 dollars. " - ' -- W. If. Study to Thos. M'Cord, and bflTers, pt. lot 71, Centre villo, 2000 dol lars. Benj. Starr to J. L. Stidham, Wayne township, pt. sec. 22, 1. 11, r. 1. 1. N. Beard, com., to Daniel Kizer, Jackson township, pt. s. e. qr. sec. 2, 6 Daniel Iveiser, Jackson township, pt. sec. 2, L 16, r. 12. Richard Jackson to Robert Cox, Wayne township, pt. n. e. qr. sec, 17, t. 13, ril, 0000 dollars. o'DaTid Strawbridge Id M. Hampton, p.?i;A, qx. Bec'2B, , 17,r4L,975 doj- Eliaa, .Lamb to W.' S. Hatfield, VV asaiHiitoa. WW dollars. " Benj. Starr to W'FrPoddingtonet. at., iticnmonu, ztwu. George W. Calloway to D. J. Coch. ran, pt. lots 1 and 16, Milton, 200 dol lars. Jos. Stonebraker to L. Charlton, lot b, llatrerstown, HO. , Abiiah Rich to II. J. Rioh, Wayne township, frac. sec. 24, t. 14, r. 2, love and .affection. . --.i ,..- .. J. F. Hawkins to II. F. Burns, pt. lot 124. V. Kichtnond.BOOV dollars. -' J'. IL Stiuson lo L.. An i Barber, pt. lo b, U. -T. r., Kichmood, 2000 dol- 'l : ... .... jtars. . ......... . j ..llenry M. Sowers io Peter Condb, lot 3, East Germantown. GOO dollars. James b,. Ihomas to Chas. II. Cof fin, lot 212, E.S., Richmond, 6000 dol lars. M. U. L'lawson to Kebecca A. Jay, pt. s. e. qr. seclit. 14, r. 1, 2000 dol lars, t Abijah Moffitt to J. C. Teasie, 5 pt. 4, IS. & L.., ltichmond. 4V&00 dol lars. ! ElilL Sin tv Martha A. BKjdsjoe, gwiniiWa tfewbrtdge City. 80tRK J. F. Huunic-ut to I). B. Williams, pt. sec 27, t. la, r, 13. 2000 dollars. A. A. Curme, aud others to Curme, lunn & C o., lots a, 4, and pt. lots 51 and 52, Richmond, 1S500 dollars. William II. Studv, Sheriff, to Irene Wylie, lot $s W.- L. B ; Richmond, ISTSdollars. - - - : Joseph Dickinson to Samuel G. Meredith, lot 2, J. D., Richmond, 600 dollars. Ileury J. Dingley to Emma V. Mote, si, J. R-, Richmond, 4(X) dollars. Martha J. Stalnaker to Catharine M 'Cauley, pt. n. c. qr. sec. 28, 1. 16, r. 12,3000. Elias Mr lloaver to 'Abraham Hoo ver, pt. s. w. qr. sec. 28, t, 17, r. 12, 1,640 dollars. William Cheesman to Richmond Furniture Manufacturing Company, lots 17 and IS, J. M. S., Richmond, 500 dollars. iiJobn Ww to Atliiui Fahner, lots 8 and 19, and pt. out lot 20, Cambridee City, 3,100 dollars. James Wagner to I. N. Beard, lots 1 and 2 in blk 13, Cambridge City, 400 dollars. TLe "bust" of that jug, framed and hanging in the PostofEce is, a fiir off set against the slur on the, 'crusaders' suspended at 'the door cf the 'Conti nental. The young artist, for the clev er hit, deserves eredit. Go see it. - A correspondent of the Indian apolis Journal, writing from Ir vington, has this to say about ai ! fairs in tturt pleasant tillage: t.1 4 : Mra Jees P. Sw Jail - and Miss Clara Yaryan, of Richnaond; Misg Alice Foundstone, of Rnjshrille: Miss Nellie Graff, of Connersvillo, f ana Miss OicuLngs, of Ohio, have enlivened this place with thei? presence during the week. A reunion of the citizens oi Marii;iOTtvvawb: inayjat an time have lived in the poodlj conn! tj of old Wayne, is talked of. anil mil be held here some tlme dtrriRg 4h simmer. -' ' . - maw ia nZA arui ,L Indianapolis Sunday Herald The catches these ws in its dip net: : The X Wpnc pieisreb- ting i jttWarK-. ters ftoall V2gSgrXe$ekrs. John?SWa!apotlexyat the Capital ClU ttWttflMA Wednesday. keernagadog whose delignti tCiUark an4-bitet.Bit.-t;;:i;rri:;f;'ijfB1 WITi;-.nfHrcrwn. a Cincinnati mail, f was fined t29 in the police Court for having OeWr u im tremens r Hi oVreiJd nek's Volryfoxft-irhcn the crusading ladies poked the pledge at him. lie didn't sign. : Jcrijt'H-f n tV4rmfc)r''t'. has been-tiahi id, aiiik, ayii(-ty ti ut suicide attaches to his disflt$earancd. "Will you cremate?" is the way in which our saloon keepers now extend When a patient, suffering with ty phoid fever, "wants to go home," he imPiiZ&Ffz mil iti:., ; J. II. McKernan estimates the pres ent population of Indianapolis, at 107, OtX) souls a fair proportion of whom arenotin the real estate busincss.- "Mr. Clemnd hjsband toolifan air ing Thursday, and the.4isUnjuis.hcd lady expressed herself as gVatinedjnnd astonished al the growth of the city in the pastix years.-'1 3Jw Jobivoo & Lill-, manlie-tuTTirMiirW-ef 4li1iei,o1tutng a thousand hog stomachs per week in the manufacture of pepsin. Fqaeral of ( apt. M. 31. HoIIoway.l Yesterday af ternobn M.& flail obse quies to Capt. J. M. Ilolloway took piaoe from his late.resic!encel3 Fletch er avenue. The-fervices' wcro con ducted by Rev. George L. Cartiss, pastor o Ab4iryj91iapel, who read a sketch of the life of the deceased, ao- companyins.it with .a lew toipmnre marks upon the lessons to'be uerived from Jhe death of him whose mortal renui-ui were about to be ooBsincd to the earth. Captain Ilolloway was the eldest sou of Hon. i.P:-Holloway, and scrvudr'M'tMt jaiirHti-iuthte office of the Palladium, ;it RiehmJud. After serving" dtit 'his time there, he went intahc Patent Jepaf tmen4 at WaSllifiJfiMj, whortfire remained until ISCl. when " he "entci'e'Tr the1 army, in the Sixth Cavalry. He was captured in East Tennessee, and eotfiinecP in Libby prison, .where 'We"own the seeds of the jdisease which finally car ried hiro to the grave. After his re le,ase",'. at the expiration of neven in oh tlis, he again entered the army, bulill health compelled him to resign. He-"entered the Ptofli5 -to 18f, and has eyor- 6iiciremaiued there, lie was a genuiue, oien hearted man, and was kindly esteemed by his asso ciates. -The funeral waa conducted by Phil oxenian Lodge No. 44, 1. O. O. F., who provided a handsome cross,crown, and the three symbolical links cf choice flowers, which were laid upon the coffin. Sixty-six of the Postomce olorks and letter carriers attended in a bodyaijd the procession wasone of thd largest that hs'bcenf ienj tr a long'time!; The services at' tlie grave were also conducted by Mr. Curtiss, who is an Odd Fellow, and were ac cording to the beautiful and impres sive ritual of the order. Among those in. attendance at the funeral were Hon. D. P. Ilolloway, Gov. Burbank, Miss G. Paulson, of Cincinnati, Mrs. Thos. Woodnut and Miss Ada Morgan, of Richmond, and a number of other relatives from abroad. Ind. Jour. April 30. r irt . o ' " tl Mark Twalp 0i ttao CnuM. The London Standard publishes a letter from' Mark Twain on the tem perance war. ' We give the following extract: . ' L.:JWeu!4 you consider the conduct cf these crusaders justifiable? I do thofotighly justiiiable. They find tbejftiseives voiceless in the making of laws and the election of officers to ex ecute them. Born with brains, born in the country, educated, having largo interests at stake,' : they 'find their tongues tied and their hands fettered, while every ignorant, whisky drink ing, savage in the atid " may hold office, heJp-T.to jmako , ;the laws, de grade the dignity of . the former and break the latter at his own sweet will. They.see their fathers, husbands and brothers, sit inanely at home and al low the scum of the country to assem ble t the 'primaries,' name the can didates for office from their own vile rank?, and, nnrebuked, elect them. They live in the midst of a country where there is no end to the laws and no beginning to-tbosccution of them. And when the laws intended to protect their sons from destruction by intem perance lie torpid and without sign i f I'fe year i y F tiniir reeogniz j that liere is a matter which interests them personally, a matter which comes straight home to them. Aud since they are allowed to lift no legal voice against the outrageous state of things they suffer under in this regard, I thinks itT is n? wonder that,Jthcirfa-tienCe-has "broken dw atlasf, Ttnd they have triad to persuade them selves that they are justifiable in) breaking the law of trespass when the laws that should make the trespass needless are allowed by the voters to do but little work against intemper ance that will be really permanent, but it will do what is as much, or even more, to the purpose, I think. I think it will suggest to more than one man that if women could vote, they would vote on the side of morality. even if they did vote and speak rather frantically and furiously; and it will also suggest that when the women onee made up tneir minds that it was not good to leave the all powerful 'prima ries in the hands ot loaters, thieves. and pernicious little politicians, they would not sit indolently at home, as their nusbands and brothers do now. butvQuldiioist their pxaxing banners,; tuke-tte field iniare, faray tW-assem-bled ioIitical scum back to the holes and slums where they belongr, and set up some candidates fit for decent hu-f man beings to vote for. I dearly want, the women to be raised to the political ' altitude of the negro, the imported; savage, and tne pardoned thief, and; allowed to vote. It is our last chance,! I think. I feeHrsadcdthTi-rx-5 tending the euffrasre to wo'trteQ.t"'tli3i could-lose j absolutely nothjng, end might gain a great deal. For thirty, eenturks history has bew kefeti g . reiterating that fa a moral bsrht i woman is simnlv dinntJtta ml v all know, even with onrevesshut upon ' Congress and out voterWthat, -from ! the day. that Adam ate nf th. and Jtoid j.Eve dwn aq the present day, man, in a moral fight, has prettv amformly shwwa himselyF to ban ar- 'p m. S .tXMjc cremation in jthj First Vaxd. j nil APT Pa c,-vrn tb 6nat Inn tttmm etta The city of Boston's commemora tion of Charles Sumner's death took place in Musje Hall, ApriJ 25a Tb:? weathemtef-, but every available space was filled by those fortunate enough to obtain tick eta, which were in such demand that as high as $30 was refused for a sinirl Mlrtt.irTheranlicnc-c embraredftlVi City Government, the State Legisla ture, executive departments, Judges of courts, and several prominent per sons from other States. Wendell Phillips, in a few eloquent words, in troducedJtheraU ottlie 4y. Snan. tor Carl Selnrr. - i- - w Tho orator opened by recalling the sad announcement which inspired a tremor of strange emotion over the land, "Charles Sumner is dead." He then - proceeded with a biographical sketch of Mr. Sumner's life, hiiideu. tifieation with anti-slavery; fad ib devotion to the cause of human rights. The orator continued:. r htiH , Charle,s -timatr hadheeo elect td to the Senate, Theodow Park er said to him in a letter of congratu latjoo.T" Yon ti ine; .trace that 'jvrH were in morals, not in jtolifics. ow, I hope you will show that you are etill in morals: although in politics, I 'hope jo will Hie )eDator-&wiUk oienee. jTfcat j opQ mts, t'atitied. He always remained in morals while in politj. i I f . ney5 was , a.qiih V else btihc latorwrtha eetrScTfcnee-. Charles Sumner entered the Senate not as a mere advocato, but as the verv embodiment of the moral idea. From this fyaa tain flcwdIhIk;b5slH'8td aspirations, ibere had been great iakrerxmn;ri the nteCflgte nim; iney were mere witu uim iucii like Seward and Chasej but they liad been trained in a differcti't'scn'ool; f thctr minds had ranccd "over "Other- political fields. They understood pol ities. He did not. He knevf but one political object to combat and over throw the great wrong of slavery, to serve the idea of the liberty and equal ity cf nieu, and to establish the uni versal reign of peace, justice,., and charity. He brought to the Senafe a studious mind, vast learning, great le gal attainments, a powerful eloquence, a strong and ardent nature: and all this he vqwel to onestsrvice-. With, atljhis herwas'Go a tne,reiOKTof ider ef H poKey; fte'vvas a-worshiper,sin-' c-ere and devout, at the shrine of his ideal. In no public man had the mor al idea of the anti-slavery movement such overruling strength. .He made everything yiehiVtO St-? Il4i didOnet possess it; it. possessed him. That was the secret of his peculiar power. Daniel Webster is thus referred to: And by his side Daniel Webster, with that awful vastnesa of.-brain a. tremendous 'fsfbfe'hoascj of rrthoiight ana Knowieagc, wnicn gave iorrn us treasures with ponderous majesty of utterance; he not an originator of measures and politics, but a mighty advocate, the greatest yl country! ever knew a king ia-thV reakn-of fc--I tcilect and the solemn embodiment of authority a huge Atlas, who carried the Constitution on his shoulders. He could have carried there the whole moral grandeur of the nation had he never compromised his own. nr Troubles and Crops. That troubles never come singly is a saying which long since assumed the form and force of a proverb. In the case of our poor State this proverb has been most sadly verihed. liisas toT ha vS" followed eachfiolher ia alt sorts td nrotean shapes, till there is but little left OTWhkh fcjftn tobrgiaif- lze a new departure. Uur industries were first trampled down by the iron heels of war; then came a peace which proved a mocking delusion, and then a reconstruction which was but anoth er name tor chaos. Ihese causes, jointly and severally, have made pros perity impossible until, this year of grace, 1874. We did. however, think that the lowest deep- had been reach ed, and that the outlook was about to brighten under the benign influence of the traditional cloud's silver lining, when tho whole face of .the, sky grew black againthe windows of heaven Opened upon 'us,J and fears of a new di luvi.trv dispensation were stirred in to abnormal activity. .-. Our trouble's by water are by no means confined " to lateral outbreaks from .the., great draining river ot the Mississippi .Valley. The overflow from crevasses has indeed been ex tremely widespread and direful, but the drowning rains its .unfortunate accompaniment were "scarcely less disastrous en (rrounds above the reach of overflow, anjd especi illy, in .our hill country. Tho evidences of a wide spread and nmifrusl raiiitnll may be found -every where throughout the cotton belt, in the 'dehrls of bridges alone all our railway finefl, and in washed and gul lied, f ridges . t where eottoa,, had been planted. .What with, the overflows from out 'lowland rivers, which have almost . without an : exception burst through the barriers intended to con fine them to their channels, and the waste and blighted promise conse quent on the extraordinary rainfalls by which we have been beset, there can be no question of the fact that our crop statisticians will be forced to materially, modify the expectations the-" entertained but a single month The low price of the cotton crop of last lef t -rthe rdantexs-fndeoted 4 to their iactors, and not only the ability but the ioolinati&n t plant largely were thereby diminished. Messrs. Smith, Edwards & Co., in their monthly LiverjKKJiirculaMay: "With regard 46 the extent of 1jptant!r ing for next crop, advices from Amer ica are still inconclusive; the prevail ing impression seems to be in lavor of a moderate reduction of area, but it remains, to bepen whethex.t,hexeent kii$rJbVeineni vtia'not a a ?fiikvto planters. On one point there is little doubt the quantity of fertilizers used will be considerably reduced. Most of the advices reaching us speak oi one-third, l&ss than, last s ear' It is clear, therefore, that the inr I ressicn entertained on the other side of 5heaAtlatrSrd ereti tore5t late rains and overflows, pointed to a di minished eotton crop. In addition, the reduction of tha expected sagr crop of this State can scarcely be nut lw leJTthan fourth of what was originally hoped for. With two commanding interests thma paralysed . nd in vieve. th ex traordinary i expenses tdom;jp4Btert have beea sabieeted to in aviin en. deavor to protect themselves from thef floods, we cannot see how it will.be possible for them to pay the heavy State and parish taxes assessed against them. ., AJi psfjbje.;kieniy, ihejuldj under the circumstances, be extended to them by all tax colleGtinjg.offieera and agents of the law. In a common calamity we should all exercise a com mon orhearaaOvr--Cei4)..Tirue. ator Morton. He has made the gland fight for the people against money. and has won. He l monBtnt the fact that railroads are subservient' io the regulation and .control of Cod- jgrevq a d)etaiiirthedl oironstitution-,. arroumisV-HeJha Tartied the finan cial idicy of labor as against capital, and removed the arip of the money,, lender from the borrower's throat. Senator Morton has been the acknowl edged" leader) aad .chAwpioa, of ;ith these'gVeat measures', "and their suc cess is attributed to him by both par ties. While Schurx. Thurman, and; Sherman lent themselves readily to the money lenders of the East against the demands and interests of their own oOastftuejita 8ad.Jaiittdui:tries ot the 1 J I It A . - - A .1 laud ic sreneral. Morton has towered throughout the contest above the cor rupting influence of money and posi-.. tion, a monument to the virtue and in tegrity xf the American xxititen. . Ilia life-Ions enemies congratulate and en- . L dorseth is Sf tion? throughout tbji ses sion. hen he can wrest avtrs ot commendation from sueh journals as the CTncinnatL FqhiJreTSiis friends :tve feat reaoaf to Tejyice in bins. Since the death of Sumner he has not fh peer in the Senate in debate, and as an advocate for the people he never had one. Senator Pratt is fast rais ing himself to prominence. Indiana hAS f rpt rxea,so to-Uii, praadofLher presetfldetegaiion to tkBgrs3 r-tMuu-cie TimBC " " J ' HI OaofrtpSuflylBXly," Max Adder's forthcoming book, contains the following dedication: My original intention was to dedicate this book to theTfrlGod ,C JP3L lw hood, Azan bin Ghe8, the lmaum otJIuseat, in mem eT3rr)fttirlrar WrTlgyiy twutTijrher we"playcJniarliIc5nvtheOmadcSert, an decked each other in the Persian Ghlf.'ifiM torturedinoS;tisrvet?at3 on the ' Island of Kishm. But" t have changed my mind; I have resolved to dedicate Jh boolttQ- a hP"f 'who has had too "little fame, f o themost delicious, because the most uncon scious humorist, to that widely scat tered and multitudinous comedian who may be expressed in the concrete as the Intelligent Compositor. To his faculty of perpetrating felicitous absurdities, I am indebted for "laugh ter that is worth a hundred groans." It was he who, putting ipto tjiic an arwcie of mineiwhich. contaisie the tiotJ, Do-nbtcat your-itearls swine," transformed the phrase hijune before into "Do not eart your pills before sunrise." It was he who caused mo to emote the noct's inquiry, so that I ttfObuudeUt to? dtisT world the a pall ine conundrum, W here are the dead, the varnished dead?" and it was his glo rious tendency to make the sublime convulsively ridiculous that rejected a line in a poem of mine, which declar ed that a "comet swept o'er the heav ens with, Us railing skirts." and sub strtuted'theadcajtoal a uOount Slept in a hay mow in a traveling skirt." The kind of talent that is here dis played deserves profouud reverence. It is wonderful aud awful; and thus I offer -3a aoktre of my marveling respectr- - The Handsome Widow at Robeson'g K"0"It lOIIN. Yesterday several of the Cabinet ladies was received. Mrs. Robeson was ill, but Mrs. Gen. Emory acted as hcfetessT in her plaee...MrsvMoulton -f is still Mrs. Xlobeson s guest; ivirs. Robeson has received the last two Wednesdays to afford Mrs. Moulton's friends an opportunity of calling. Miss Minna Stout and the Secretary also assisted at the reception, which was liuiif pjtbrttliant aa,auv nt thH mwou. rAmohg' those whd called wail Miss Clara.. LouUe , Kellogg, who is now playing an'ehgagement in this city. It was quite pretty to see how the two great American singers enjoyed chat ting together, and how the foreigners, who always hang around celebrities, watched and listened. The German Jliuister.seews.. quite infatuated with Mrs. Moiilton." During her winter visit the Baron seemed spell bound, and I; noticed yesterday that.he.lin gered longer than the other guestsi, and seemed unhappy if the handsome widow- bestowed herself , . elsewhere. Mrs. Moulton is a brilliant woman of the world, with all the requisites of manner, dress, and. speaking several languages to heighten her harnis. . I imagine that heart smashing is with her juite a - pleawiHt pastime.5'' Mrs, and Miss FisvMrs and Miss Richt ardson also held' large receptions Mrs. Belknaprnot'" feeling well; otriit. ted her xeoeptioj!i-Mra. Jiowler- of Cincinnati, is the finest of ( M.rs. Belt knap. She is quite handsome. Cori resiondene of the- Courier-Jourital ,,. afexlean Ifeterana. . , , , t In pursuance of the expressed wii-h of the surviving soldtcfs of the war with JNIesUea, assembled at Washing ton City on the 10th day of Janua.ry lHT4;'we 'call upon" the Indiana sbl-t diers of the war still living to assem-t ble ;at . the Statu House in the city of Indianapolis, on the 27th day of 3Iay; 1874. The ebjeetof this meeting is-to bring old comrades together m a. re-; union, and to perfect an organizatioB to participate in a national organiza-i tion of : ilie. Mexican veterans. The achievements of our Mexican army, added so much to'" the country in ex-j tending our borders over so much be-' nighted tcrritorythereby strengthen ing the power of our government so! that it will not be forgotten. All who; participated in the Mexican campaign, without regard- to -rank, are earnestly requested to turnout aad our 1 rieads everywhere are invited to re present. i -s.x-tttjt HrS. L'AWE, Yiee President for Indiana.3 ' John Osborn. Committeeman for Indiana. The WofHng Sfenr procession and mass meeting at Indianapolis on the 23d ult, was one of the; most trapesing! emoaetratiqps nde loj-ereral jefi-R nd xpedJ eclthe"expectationsJ"oi every ofie.i After the procession, mee ting's were; orfjanized in the State House' square, and addresses made by Gen. Thos. Browne, Gei. Macaulev," Mayor Miielietr afifl -oUiarsv -The organization is gaining etrength," and will exert a powerful influence' in all qaeatoBaeretin their in terests. Addition,. Division, and Hilenee. ! RfH. Rowland is the champion defaulter. A few months ago he ran off with $112,000 of the funds! of the 4uny of Pcilapd. Ohio, now lie writes trom Uelgium offer ing to return one half of the mon ey on cosdition,tha4 the bondsmen pay the other half and release "him from all prosecutions, and also re lease his own and his father's es tates, from- beiiuc lieLl for there mainder -of -theelain- wi wolf waa ihftt ia34aaaai township, Jefferson county, last f.-ilrtncl Ttinrnu "R. TTelm. of JjO- r.-;: iliv Jiff 5 in seven thota at a shooting-match,' Tha UDownstown Banoer ok s nor 8iak flatterinarv of the Jackson county Democratic Convention recent ly held there. It. fays: r "We never saw the power of rot-gat whisky exer ted to such a dieguiting extent a in Browastown on Friday. Free whisky flowed freely from a certain old smoke house, from a certain old stable, from certain back rooms from tehind old ' sheds, and from old oat-buildings and t ooln.io! allora Vlnsr titanv candidates debased their manhood and insulted ! . - . , " . ' . and denea community oy resoriiug iu such base, dishonorable, and damnable means of aeeuring Totes, we cannot say. - LiMtrUMtn . ; Rt'nijiiniiiiiin the PwstorSc at IUcTSmotid Indiana, May 5, IS74. Allen R'- t. M"? Aferrlwk Martli r5:umstork (Sophia KUoklld Jawptl Brown RinmaJ iloyW Win. .I., liona Mary . Krokeltxm Mra Ltu-8fcn J i Ilruning Harmann Dark C A. . Ott DhcM Frii Bk 1 Klaney Jno Kin James Inser Kat I . LBitrv June. JUaUie Andrew J ' Lambler Joseph 1 Im Ken Avutu ! - Lucks ?fipC'l'1' " Itndem MiUc'ompaay McNnUJeunle. .- j McKIunoy Anna ... ! Mairr Jacob I M,w fcTah 4 i P-le Mar? - l Uiutc HenrJ J 4 it.'aniion ix na Charles Mrs K U Chester Kebecca V t -rook & Hume - Idtbore Mrs Fanny I UeesXiuu. ... LUuniier H V i i Pure Mar v. ' SiaitJi 1-Jji f VUTottTtios .. v bawemJH forbie (i - T- Klarr In S v. Hawkins A4len HUWiMt .Werart J'--y Kcuson Wur J WaJ-Snytr Mbbi MXoier iaiui- .... . v -"Jt plertpe i tins ) i tfe-lkiuoBfl Marbeln. ;j7 i fCorrectetl WK-kly by N. - BrhciS. and 4 1.. . ... . - .. .. - if craln, an th lttirtle pKM of oilu-i puklwceana grcMjeries.! i jprodi iVh 1 t:i-n ner Ijaslw l. 65 Hi Uaut jr iHihei.....-.... Hay ir tmi ...... ' RmUt vorpound... I'olMtoos per unuliel .. V!furpcr WO pounds...... VUH tw . t fco 15 1 -JT S .T 1" itt ui in -S 15 .r it , , t M II i. , s: I lii.-iui, suKar f.are .i.u. Stiou)an4 per puund. . Sldts er iHUinO..... I,mtt per pound........ Susar, cnwlved . and Lrowu -12 to 3 New Orleans Molasses y.ct pallou 1 Hinh'iTii Molt pergallrn TJ Ky rup pp ttallmi Jfnogl 10 Local ISToticd. Si OO Per Mi " !; Will be ebarged on all (Kbi BUIs ( . . . ... - ; .... . ' i . ( paid on or before tbo 20T or the oiiouul ; Office hours, 7 a. f. to O p. m. Open Saturday evenings tilt b f . m. Consumers can save 10 per cent by prompt payment of bills, and by that means only.' '' ' ' , .. - '- .. r.. - .- ' . . . i 3few Barber Khop. .,'."? Calvin Outland, one of the best barbers Richmond ever had after &h ftbieiice, oeeveral ytafsiB poiv located in his old and favorite pro fession, at the rooms lately occnpietl, by Mrs. Sonikoon, on .Main', street,; between Pearl and Front, where it will be a pleasure to him to receive; nd wait upon bis old friends. -Go and shave with Cl. ' $ tf ! If Yon Want Bmgar,' ' -;.v.r ' "' Coffee; Teas, Mackereh5' White rish, or anything in the"::Gf oc,ery line, go to Norton's, under Phillip's HaU, Main at- 'cL 8 tf. Fo Sale, - v ' ' .-:;. ;r.s f- a - '? "-Abont twenty acres . of excellent 'land,, Very cheap, near the .toll gate on the Boston turnpike or. ve vill snb divide . it to. suit purchasers. Apply td Coggshall & jDiekinuon. j " 'EichmoricL April 2 TI.;": . ; t , '. - . . i . . i .. .... -,.,. . f Toe Fiftr Cenl Stowi ' r - - . Q aaraniee their Hamburg Edg1 ings at 6 ct. per yard to Io the samo as sold hi other etores for 101 cents.- - ' ; ' ' ' - -Jhose at 10 cts- worth 20 eta., .. " 15 ' -" ?0 " 25 " ' . 40 " xt 35 t : 50 7tf- i. ' Tne Best anil Finest ,. . - t. . ; Assortment of Hosiery ever bro'f to thia city; just arrived at the Fifty Cent Store, Wo defy tho world in ihis line of goods. ' - 7 tt Snnaoel Kwope, (l Jo. 2G6 Main street has received ni3 Spring stocE .of jReiy made Clothing the, -cheapest and best ever brought to this market. , His supply of Piece Goods is also lge and complete m every' ' particular. Mr. Si invites his friends and ens Ipmers to .' call- and exaini,nft ' his ftock.-i Clothing made to orderi and the best of fits guaranteed. . tL .. . :,;.(:;-;s :i ., ;...X i Best Assortment . " ; j Of Table linen in the city at the Tifty Cent Store--50per cent, ldw er than can be bought f elsewhere 7 tf. X John Kejren A Say that in consequence of con. tinned cold . weather they will sell Winter, Spring- and Snmjner Clpthi ing ai greauy reancea prices, tau and see them they will do all they promise.- 7 tf ' t 1 ' ,! 7 T.f i Bprlnc xmiacrr.. , " . . ! At No. 17, North Franklin street, will be found the last styles bf.3J51i linery Goods, Bonnets, : &c- r Call and leave your orders at the old stand of Mrs. 8. A. Iliff Davis. ! . t1rat eHJ as far th p w aavad vUrUaed. and ini " flKriat Weisner & Thome hare opened Meat Stor .oaJFij Wayne avenn, one door north of the rUroa4 tract, in the old clining hall, where they v-i!l keep n hand a Hrgw , supply of Fresh and Cured Meats, Fresh Vegetablts, Fruits, etc He will sell as cheap as any establishment in the city. 3-tf Ladled Ctoitev ami Nllppera At the Fifty Cnt St ore for $1,00.' V, I. Dilia, -.,.,:-.. i! Corner of Main and Ninth street, . has on hand an extra assortment of inch Pino f Shingles, for sale . cheap-.',., v- . . - a t. .a tf.1 lOOO Parasola, . All prices from 35 cts, to f (5,00, at A. II Crocker & Co.'a Call and see them. ' C--tf ! A. E. frorfcrr t'a. f ttW Have the largest and. cheapest stock of Umbrellas in the, city. Call and see them.' 6 tf f Ijullea Travelta - .t And Work Baskets, Leather Satch. els, etc., cheap, at 302, Main street, A. E. Crocker & Co-'s Call and see them. 6-tf i They will Nell Yon More Fa per for less money and. do you ' better work tit J. WV Johnson's, , than any where else in the city. No. 2SC, Main street . , , I' "' t'hilalren Wagronn , i Cheaper than anywhere else. Exi-' j:nine wagons at other houses, then tome and A. E. - Crocker & Co. 'will . convince you. G tf nriMBant of Wall Pnftr " Of from six' to ten bolls, at less than cost Call and see before buy ing, and you will be, convinced. t J. W, Johnson, 2SG Main street " ClrtMit Baravalns I IrcXVaU Paper and Mouldings, at J. W. Johnson's, 2SC Main , street - . ' i ' T.-.L'-.'XCi ii Xl rinrsl Aawortment . - t,, Of Tints and Decorative Paper Hangings, ever. brought to : Rich mond, nbvJ on hand at J. W. John- son'J28(!j Main street ' ",a 'J j, Wall Pnpert Mall Paperf! X '4 ; j . ? In great variety aiid "at prices to defy competition,:ci J. W. Johnson's 1 2S6VMain st .'V V 'I-',' i' .' .".- '-r .'.r ...". :! . S Redneflon of Prlee, " ' - - -" i I ; ; "In Wall Paper and Shades, at JjW , Johnson's,' 28GLMain street. Don't ninronrngvil. ' ; Suppose you have " 44tricd fifty " remedies4, and received no benefit . is thete therefore "no balm in Gil ead?" ' Verily there is. Your liver '. may be congested," yotir: stomach , hali paralyzedt your; nerves "tjuivert . ing, your muscles1 knotted ' with torture, y6ur bowels' constricted your lungs diseased, Jycmr blood full of impurities-ry?t in one week after r commencing a course of Da. Walkeb's VrxEOAE Bitters 'you "will ; feel like a new creature. 5- 4w : . 'i i- i j,.; . t. -.. .. r - . TbeLMfM Ml CkCBpcHt 1 L ; " ' Stock'of Men's and Boys Cloth- ing; anil FurnishingGoodd, just re- ceived,at J-S. Starr & Son's, 241, Main street'.:-:? is ? . i ' Farmers fleeting. , , 4. a meenugcii warmers v'uu and Granges .cu Wayne , county ,"llui undersigned was appointed General Uusiuess Agent for. the organization of the county. Parties; having? busi ness witl the agent will address mo at Richmond. I. will be found for the preui4 . t ..Morrow,', ti cuitry torc, on h't. Jft ayne avenue. r t ; , '' Ei,am I. Bab'wN. Sccr, Don' think that 1 ArUi;..i j 11 ling Farquhar hep quit Auction Jeering tiecanse. he keeps -.'as good assortuieait o Groceries t as L any other, liouse-f but will attend sales in city or; oountry. 5-2vf' To Xill Opposition, -ij:' ' 1 Hose Bro'a will sell aTrything-'-in the1 Drug line at the lowest posable price. '' :: J,: ";J-'J : 1:1 Tber"1 Is It pain which tlie ntaor I.ii! t ment will not rtUfTa, no welUat.UBlll' notubdue,ami as laxiMintas wbUiii it will not pure. . This Is strong lu;uae,l.ut it is true. "WTier the parts are not gone, "Hf f-, fectsaremarvelons. It has prod new! More enjes ormetiinattoiay Taewrahrla, lock Jaw, 99l?Jt i prains, awenings, eaka-bTeskw scsads, born&, salt rheum, ear aeji, etc., uj oa the human frame, anjd ofstralna, apavrn,' gis,etrl,'Cian-antrools In .on year 'than, have-all otaer iiretefnTcd rraedlee sfnee the' world hesfaa. It ia a, cilter trrtUat, an aii-hraifnK paia-reUewer.T'BrlpiJlps throw away their cmtcbca, tba lame wnlt, poison -U8. bites ere remit-red haanless, ami. 'tbe wonndetl hre liealea wfthont a scar." It,iSf no bmntu.-The reef pe tm iob!tbi.d aronn J ! each bottled . It is oeaksg a nd artlcls wr before sold, and it sells because iipdnes j art what it pretends to p. Those vbo now suf fer from rheomatism, pain or swel ling de serve to TOfTer if they writ not ose. Cfebtaur; tlnimrnt TMore Unn ljDTO'etleaeo,bi , remarkable etn-es, including frozen limb, j etmnis rtegmaUsm, goat, reanl ng Umcw, ; etc-,barve been received We vrtU aenda circular containing certiflcaies, the recipe, : etc, grttjs"to any oaer reqoestirjg ffcrOmo i bottle of tho yeLUrw wrapper CKntaor Un inaeitt is worth on hundred d nUarsAnrsas V-: ined or aweeqi4r hones mad aiiWi, or for : aerew-worrli In sheep. Stock owners, this liniment Uwomryoiir" attention. Kofam i ty abooitt b WTtlioat Oentauz Uaiaoeat. i t - J f 7HOaC4 CU.Xw Yerki I - Cast In la xnore than a- subsUtuta ftr t'aiitor OIJt is tbe only safe article tne-f tsrerfce wnicn Is certain to ajf mllste the ooilritBWe tbe" bowels, em e1 wludscoWc and prod nee natural sleep. "It eonSaZbs' neither minerals, morphine or sjeohol, and ' Is pteasaa toteke. - Ch lhlrcn noeo act cry : and mothers niaj rcJ.' . i rj -;; r J nrn.- f rtttrrW RttL-ftJi anconierioenta of camll(tare,vr&Th FalTadiaro, for Kom InatlRt Mct Ion. or otberwtiwt, xrsr ! c eompanted l stJio cah, at the rat of ft ' ivi JC'if- rt-aax.'1' v-". . ... We are authorise! to uinnunot Wiujak If. Ltxiik as a taiwttdHte frt1irk of Oi Wayne C Uvuiic:n, iui19y4 to the Krpub Uran uofiilhatfcti. We are. authorized to anuoenee-Twon as XrBV, aa cun.Udate fr t'Wrk of the Wayae Clrctift cuurt, af to tue Rppdb- lldtu Boiuimmuo.. .,; ,v i ; ... . ' ,. ' . i ,r JU ttnou. ' t i H We are aoUori&"0 to igiWDa ELtMC U. rAKKKCua caUlal for reeh't ton to ttie offlee I I'mjnij A curiUv, jaitjeot i Ibe Krpublicma uuhilnnltoii. . Frrmtt rAttAPirx Ton wilt pleaae n ntniixw Uw muwoI TliaddHM W. O. Hrl fttt as a eutliUate for Auditovttf ay no suity, nohj.t. u IU IfHiUUcan 'o luaUng 14tu.t. ' -1 r-.tti ' - :H MASV FRIEKBR, ! la v:;W"s"Bar .trtui - ft We ae iw)ixtl.l v annnanre JroarM r.. Svit:. as a cutjitiaate for iSbxrilf or WyeMicty, mi!- jut Ue lt-paitra onitatluHk. u ... i. . Mil. KiuToit:. IMpnuc nirrirhPt the naAie t Jm. J.r'lSNKV anacanttidMefurlMterift f Waynr- ctmuly. tutcct tt Uio Kulli- jan WMiilnating electliiii. - . i: ... .. ; MAxr Vonuia. :-'PieasO nucoonee tho name f Knit his J.in m, as a eautlitlate lor Shenir of Wmf ne Munt,nulrt to UM5 Itepuliltean noniina Ucu; -jia .... . MiX PaiKi. W are authnricei! to annnanoe Jamks II. DrTKHmw.of Krankliu ttwahiaeaii Uklairt for SlierlH of V)itxuutv,iiiljr-l to the iWUivK tt the ixibiirau oiulta llr.g -)hHmti. - - .. .. 6 "! PAl.xjkT.irs WlsTitHg to (tlnrein nnr otllfveof truxt,paMe men of uttouMnl IntfKrtty ml rovl pntriolisjn, w wotild supgn! lor tUfritr u , Wayne eounty, ul jeet to IM-pitbHean domination, Uie luuno of A. C- Waijcbi. sMaxv (.miiKi, . u:r are aatlteriuKl to anaouneeAV.-n. Sasiw, a csnull.lalf rf Kieorderof Wniw ouity,u'ijH5t to kite dfni&ion ot tbelCe ubllran Kominattug election. 4 AVo 6W! Butt.oriafil ti muioiimv Jesmk K. Jonks mH-CHrlilat( Rr twlwllon to tho otlioe of County tfcoorder, sulect to ihe IteVublKum tumiluaUuii. M. IMMMkJi KRU BALE. - Pnrsr.SHt titan orterof the XV Avne Circuit Court, of Vy no county, mul Sttite ot Inili an. nnido the November Term, 1ST3, the iiinl.-rsjiiiHl will .fTt-r at jrtil.llr male, on tho jtonUij.lK.-t":iuifur uriitineU, u , Katnrnar. the lh Day or Jnne, 1S7, ; . r:a I oVlorlt A. M., ; Iots niitnlxt tlilrtv-wvM r-T), unrt thfrtv ci:ht.jl, In ;the town ot Now port. In unlit oountj . . 1'JicJots have on Uieui a UwIUiik IlOIIMT, ....... . - TKltMH P t.i,T. Two hnn1rei ami fifty dollars wlH lie required In rh down, aud th tvsidiM js lyi yeou niter dote, w ith trn cr etiit; pr (tnnuni ioh-rvst ftom dio-. Koto end mortKHKe on mid lots will Ui rHiiirnl; of lUe yurvJieser. A deetl will Imi made lu-u t he slt In cunllrruod and I he eonvrymne ordered by the Couit. I.KW1S SAMMK, .' ' - ' ; . i t'ommuloiier. May, ts7i. s-iw-jrsiuco. T II E T 1 SI E 8 Jotict. is Iienbr Riven that all the ac count of the Ic-te fiinm triiiUua t oinpanv hve Itefrn nIitc-d to Kdward J.HiUtcr.anil are w in. my liiiiids for c.lUlion. All Ihtsoii kiiowiiiK t limiiwl Vfu u lie indebted tnsnh! rlrmnre rqufted to rail and, Kettle immediately mul nave further im. - . , ' M. A. FtiUKNEU. Oillutt, ZU Miun Ktnmt, JU-hnund. HI rhmomt, April C.ItTi. , t-aw n; o t tr K U. S. INTERNAL RKVEN-UK .. BVEI'lAIi TAXE1I, --r ' May 1,171, (o April ao, IV73-- Tbe IAW: of EeemUer Si, 1ST2, requires every jwrwiu (imgd inuy lUMlnvi, avo ention, or f mployincnf which rendcru him U ii I l.i t. '(..t I A li i A X , to nroenro ard plMeeonpieaoHHlv in his establlsli ntont or place, or feusloesa a HTAM1' duotir.K tho. iyiHtnt of said ttrKCUALi TAX for the ?i (H-i.il Tax yc-ar, hotclhnliif; May 1, l-74, bef(ro ea rotten el n Or eontin uing biiti nei ftft' April , lJt. . ,t Tlie Toxeu'ernhrncea within the pmvl HnMf the law above quoted ore tfielol lowlnf , viz: . . , , I'alem,reailikjnor.-M... !M til UerderK, whvieiMJe iiUor...... liio tin Ilenhuwltt ntali ll.fiforn, wlioicuale.. - ftt) tt U-;1er in malt UiueirT retnl) SW W Iienlers )n lcr.f tcbiu-eo..... ...... iTj Wl Uetattle.-Utrrelti leaf tobaneo Md U0 , VmioB (udoirjr over flni, 60 cents r for every dollar tu excess of JI.UO. rwalorw i a toon ufHCtured tot)ncco..... -H CO jkluntitacturcrs of stills o l iAil ?rr eurb elti mmiuliictiired... W u -Aud foreneli worm tiiMiiufRCtured. SO (M ?IrnufaMurer ofiohucco 10 00 10 U0 Mfltuifaciuren f eluarv .,..., L l'rclilcrw of toba'eo,, fuBl elans (more ; man iwti norwrgw........... lt'dllr of tolnK.'o.scednd class (Iwo': In rv)r ........,..... ...., Peo.llrsol toltecothlrd cIbhs (one' ii' !) ... ... ... . !....-..... -- Fendlersof tolu:j. luunli ciumi (on. J CO foor puhilccoiivvsn,.. ' 10 IX) Breweratil IswUidii 5otbarrls.. SM M Hrewfrs of WW barrels or iore.......; 100 CO ' Aut f.CrpJ? Jfl linlJe, wrlKi kIibII fftll to Cviinuly- w-rth th Coronal u rlilHuuts will bd Ruojeet to ftirverc jK-iiiiitle". i l'orsoiie orflrnisliabjo to j)iy anjrofthe itreftl X:i5t- uuiiied lUjove mint niily lo iiaw. Kn, c'f!!n-wr of inicrnnt Reve nue, ot folliTfi lie, !!!., antl ty for Mid prin- uic-ylvciul a'uji tstnmp or istamps they hrAI, Bildi tUy 1. J7. anl W1T1I- VL'T I X UTll.Ia.Ii JiOTlCIi. IUI.IW - 1 J. W. IKHTOI.AQ. ;r . ; t'onini1djncr of Intismal Itcwennc. OIlicof I ii U""i D!l 1U; venue, Wasninctwn. I. C, February 10, ItiVt. --w liy virtue of am estceoUon to me rirectrd from 'the Wayne t in-u it Court, I will poH at Futilld Mil-,-at the Court House door iu UmcU-y of l'.icliuiou, VB M..iin,t , lildtann, on the 9th day ut Mar, trtTr, te twtcn tho hours ot li o'clock, A. ST. ,'ahcl 4 o'clock V M n said day, th toliuw Ilirprrferty, U wM: - - .... 31k; life etatef Mary I.inlermaD, to tlie following doscrflied j.ropertr, to wit: Ixits naiiiU-r twenty (v-tweutyiishtiKl, t-n-ti -niuo, 12Mifcud thirty-wix (at!,, as nuiuber ed on the ortrml plat of West Itlclimond, iafcl out by V. KiuiKty, sitoate In Wayuo ooiiuty, Iiidiana. . . j w koi 14 as in profieny or Mary un- derman Unnilfv uuJ ei mention la my hands In fitvorof Frank Mwkc. Haid sale witiioot rt-ijfcf front valuation or appraise ment iiiU. , WM. IT. RTCDY, ; 1: -- tShoriflTof Wayne f-oanty. R. A. Forkncr, Attoi ney for Flaintiff. ;, ' &-3w pr fee f . - photographic; artists Are irnarr.il to do' all kinds of work In . their tine of ui uuslneiwl I : AND 4. IN TIIEt BKT STYLE, i 1 r . - At their At their Galleries, Maap SO MalBSt, (tall 1 . .ii ' AW. - Center of OWalnfc- Flfth Htreets, BlfJIMOn. ISU1ASA. aT OBDIlt.tllt'E Toomefad oeetioa fan ordlaaneo enti tled "An oriiuuuiCfc u preserve peace and food orJer,to prerAnt vice and Immoral- ity, 10 oenae eertaio ertmes- and , meanors,and topreTilieUiepunishineait - hhtoi; mmsMi Ancost 5T5. lft - 1- Be ldalnod by the osmmon CoaneU of the city of iUehrnoud, That sec tion t of an ordinance entitled "an orrti- nsnor to peeaervo pasta and good order, to pivrent v;ce and 1 immorality, to define eor- mam Crimea antt . ana to pru- scribe the punishment lbeoC appro-red by the Ootnnion Council, AnKUSt ni iisa t ISA. bo. sod tne to read asf'tiows, to-wsu , , ,r, ttnr,4. That if any wagon, cart, or other vehicle bo rlnvon orer toe nose oeinoctac to the Fire Department of tbe city of iSoii monsVlald tetne ati cats, or other place, at thoecuneoce of any are ia tho cifyrornat any alarm of tire; or If sny person shall- ln any inisrwrr.tajuresn base, tho atetrgr.or owner or owners of such wblcU. m rt -swaifoa tno feraon tnjnrtnr soc hake. sanu. ,npon oonvjoiion neaocw thoMsyor.be fined ia any sum not exeeeding fifty dol lars. .". t.j ' v ' f . -JZ , - - , .eir. 2. Xhia ordinance afcall be fsv loree front and after Its posssee. and two weeks' paoilcaston t tne BWhmond I'alladlwrn -newspaper. ' IbMndanpfsfhis7rn!ayofXpTiI. VSt. - ,1 JAHEa ELDEIL sfavon I Attest: ; F.P.KIKN.tlty Clerk. V? u .1 .ii- Of- .f?Ii '. - ' - - -i "